Shoot For The Moon
Return Of The Human
Valley Of Shadows
Thrud the Barbarian
By Carl Critchlow
Hither came Thrud, the barbarian, sword in hand, a thief, a raver, a slayer, with gigantic muscles and not much intelligence.
The horn-helmeted half-wit is back! Don't ask how, don't ask why, just hold on to your loincloth.
©2012 Carl Critchlow
Story by David Jackson
Art by David Lloyd
The story so far...
Buddy Chaplin thought he was just helping a woman look for her missing husband. Buddy still has friends on the force, how hard can it be to find a missing person, what's the harm in that?
Buddy Chaplin is about to find out....
Words & Pictures: David Hitchcock
Plot: Kerry Hitchcock
Colours: Matt Soffe
Letters: Marshall Dillon
The elder Gab-ryl has stolen the Mechanism and fled to Betweenworld, where the Seraphim cannot pursue...
©2012 David Hitchcock
Story, art & colours by Alexandre Tefenkgi & Mauricet.
Dean Hudson and James Bulloch were boyhood friends, now on the eve of a space mission one has mysteriously vanished and the other steps in to take his place.
By JC Vaughn & Mark Wheatley Previously in Return Of The Human
No human knew of the Tothix before they laid claim to the supposedly long uninhabited Earth. Then they destroyed the human-colonies on Corrigan, Welch, Jericho-2, Koenig, Bowen and Pope, in an opening salvo for an incredible wave of destruction. As human-dominated space reeled under the onslaught, Martian politics was consumed by the acrimonious debate over what – if anything – should be done. Far from the halls of politics, Lt. Alexander Lance McCoy of Mars Defense Force, excavated an ancient device and was instantaneously and unexpectedly transported to Earth. With the mother world’s much higher gravity and denser atmosphere, his struggle to survive almost ended just as it was beginning.
Script by Phil Hester
Art by John McCrea
Colours by Matthew Wilson
Letters by Marshall Dillon
Having survived a crashlanding on a primitive planet, the crew of the Hailstone must now contend with the savage dinosaurs that roam a prehistoric Earth.
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